Parks, Pathways and Recreation

Central District Health orders Ada County back to Stage 3 COVID-19 Restrictions

To read Central District Health’s Order please click here.

Stage Three [June 24 -Until Further Notice]

Department Overview

The City of Eagle Parks, Pathways, and Recreation Department is unique due to our innovation. The department itself is very young and we continue to create meaningful, exceptional parks, trails, and programming for our public. Our goal is to stand out in the Parks and Recreation industry by valuing happy, healthy, active lifestyles. With a driven community, we can reach a wider audience and have more people enjoy our parks and stay up to date with important information.


The Parks, Pathways, and Recreations mission is to provide and create exceptional opportunities for play which improves the livability and quality of life for people while fostering respect for the natural and cultural environments of Eagle.

1.Promote Community Health
2. Support Economic Opportunity
3. Ensure Equity
4. Proactively & Responsively Manage
5. Safely Connect & Circulate
6. Provide Great Recreation Choices

Emergency after hours for Parks, Pathways and Recreation 

  • For emergencies needing police or fire, please call 911
  • Parks after-hour concerns call (208) 912-3018

Lost and Found

Have you recently lost something at one of our parks? Please call (208) 489-8763.

Splash Pads

Splash Pads Closed for the Season (located at Stephen Guerber and Reid Merrill Parks).  We look forward to seeing you next Summer.  The City of Eagle plans on opening Splash Pads Memorial Day Weekend 2021.

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